Become a Member
Why do the industry’s top independent contracting professionals join PHCC?
It's an investment in their
ACCESS TO EXPERIENCE
PHCC of California serves its members and the P-H-C profession with leading-edge publications, conferences and benefits such as career resources, webinars, downloads and more.
Members make up many fields in the P-H-C industry: air conditioning, heating-warm air, backflow, plumbing, process-piping, refrigeration, fire sprinkler, sheet metal and ventilation.
Members perform work and maintain open-ships comprised of PHCC signatory members. They provide maintenance, remodeling, as well as service and repair in residential, commercial, industrial and institutional projects.
By joining the PHCC of California, members become part of a diverse group of contractors.
ACCESS TO TRAINING
Discounted State-registered apprenticeship training (in 46 Northern California and Kern counties)
Discounted Federally-registered apprenticeship training statewide.
Discounted Trainee programs, code tuneup classes, service & repair training statewide.
Tools and resources to boost profits, improve marketing, methods and procedures for business growth and expansion
Publications that offer the latest ‘inside’ industry information
A highly anticipated Annual Convention that offers the best of PHCC of California: access to knowledge, training and most of all, FUN in exciting destinations around the western states.
ACCESS TO ADVOCACY
PHCC of California is a liaison with the Contractor’s State License Board, assisting contractors in resolving issues and saving weeks of potentially costly processing delays.
Advocates on behalf of the business-minded merit-shop contractor, a representative that is the industry's voice in government. The PHCC National Association and partner associations lobby against matters that negatively affect a member's business, taxes and profits.
PHCC of California lobbies against discrimination against licensed, bonded and insured contractors, fighting against project labor agreements, and maintaining an open and fair playing field in public works projects.
ACCESS TO ‘THE NEXT LEVEL’
PHCC-National Association offers several enhanced service groups developed to meet the specific needs that come within the different fields of members:
- Quality Service Contractors, comprised of service and repair contractors
- Union-Affiliated Contractors, joining union contractor members
- Construction Contractors’ Alliance, connecting larger plumbing-heating-cooling construction contractors
- HVAC Task Force, representing HVAC contractors members
A WAY TO GIVE BACK: COPPER FOR KIDS
PHCC of California Contractors sell scrap copper and donate it to the PHCC Educational Foundation who, in turn, donate 100% of the proceeds to foster organizations statewide that assist children in the foster system in finding forever homes.
Members have increased employee loyalty and engagement, and achieve true satisfaction in knowing that they are making a significant difference in the lives of children.
James Caccia & Sons Plumbing
PHCC of San Francisco & San Mateo Counties
When I think of all the reasons why I chose plumbing as a profession, I feel that when you acquire a trade skill you will have a job for life. When it comes to plumbing I learn new things just about everyday.
Manuel Santos Jr.
Santos and Sons
PHCC At Large Member
I joined the PHCC because I was lucky enough to be offered the opportunity by my employer. I knew of the benefits from previous students and could not pass it up. The PHCC has greatly expanded my knowledge of plumbing and general construction.